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Doomtown Reloaded - Card Game Review

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20 Aug 2014 11:52 #269269 by InfinityMax
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I’ll start with the good...

As many of you prepared for your annual trek to GenCon, I feel certain there are a bunch of you planning on making a beeline for the Alderac booth to pick your new, shiny copy of Doomtown Reloaded. And I can hardly blame you – Doomtown was one of the greatest CCGs I ever played, and to this day, remains my absolute favorite. Evil monsters, heroic undead, gunfights and horses and ghost rock – Doomtown was an Old West horror game that always left me half-wishing I could visit, and half-glad I couldn’t. And it wasn’t just the setting, because the game was a blast. So yeah, I can understand your desire to stand in line for your copy of the newly risen successor to what might have been the greatest collectible card game ever known to man.

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